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This season, celebs like are adding dimension to basic ensembles by alternating chunky and delicate chains.
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Camilla Belle mixes and matches bright hues with aplomb, making the bold trend work for her by choosing her Gucci separates in complementary jewel tones.
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A mid-calf skirt might be practical – but this season’s spin is anything but prim. shows how to counterbalance the longer look with a sexy, arm-baring tank.
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There’s nothing like a new take on texture to invigorate this classic style. The tightly folded horizontal pleats of Amanda Seyfried’s Lanvin minidress are funky without being bulky.
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Try a head-to-toe take on the trend like Hailee Steinfeld’s fresh-off-the-runway Prada, or just freshen up the outfits you already own with an accessory as your pop of striped color.
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All-white dresses are always très modern, but stars like Diane Kruger (in Dolce & Gabbana) are updating the look by selecting ornately embellished frocks.
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Give your stovepipes a spring break and slip into this season’s hottest denim silhouette: the wide-leg! Mad Men’s January Jones prefers J Brand’s “Bette” cut.
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Also back in style: kimonos in anything-but-traditional prints! boldly pairs hers with on-trend flares and a tribal necklace.
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never shies away from color, expertly pairing her turquoise pumps with a complementary vermillion Tibi top and worn-in denim.
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With new designers dedicating entire collections to them, the shirtdress has had a major resurgence this spring. nails the trend by rocking one in a wear-anywhere print.
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It’s the hue that just won’t quit! As seen in spring collections from Jil Sander to Halston, the color looks dashing on just about any skin tone – including fair-skinned , in Calvin Klein.
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While there are lots of purse trends to choose from this season, stars can’t get enough of the mini-bag. Try a shrunken pouch like Alexa Chung’s quilted style as an alternative to cumbersome daytime totes.
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Just when you were getting used to peep-toe booties comes another footwear hybrid. A stacked flatform, like ‘s colorful Prada style, is a fresh update on tired flip flops.